Friendly face for Goodman in London
Arts writer turned dealer Roger Tatley to join New York gallery’s UK outpost
By Melanie Gerlis. Web only
Published online: 10 April 2014
Roger Tatley has left Alison Jacques gallery in London to be a director at Marian Goodman’s London outpost, which opens in Golden Square at the beginning of 'Frieze Week' on 14 October. Tatley was at Alison Jacques for nearly five years, before which he worked at Hauser & Wirth and as the editor of Modern Painters magazine.
Tatley says he looks forward to working with Marian Goodman’s artists—these include Gerhard Richter, Jeff Wall and the South African man to watch, William Kentridge—many of whom he has interviewed over the years.
The other members of the London gallery's senior team are Andrew Leslie Heyward, who will oversee Goodman’s spaces in London and Paris, and Courtney Plummer, who joined last year from Lehmann Maupin gallery.
The architect David Adjaye is renovating the 11,000 sq. ft space, which is in a former factory warehouse in Soho.
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